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... canned hunting. However I could never imagine that after only 5 days would I walk around with a sense of utter completeness. Having seen these magnificent creature up close I more than ever despise both the hunting and cub petting industries. And I will continue to do what ever lies within my capacity to fight against it. I look upon a lion and I see a being of grace, and before it I feel only the greatest sense of respect. How anyone can even consider to kill it will forever ...
... directions, ask how to get to the food court, but whoever you ask is likely to want to become your newest best friend for life. Once you arrive upstairs, there is a corridor in the center of the food court. A sign overhead says "ATM" and "Wi-Fi Hotspot" with an arrow pointing straight ahead. At the end of that corridor is a bank of 4 ATMs from several South African banks. If one doesn't like your card or is out of service, another probably will work just fine. ...
... The central bank has no intention to defend the currency at a certain level, despite the extreme weakening right now. Banking system in SA is very stable with average capital adequacy of about 14%. Deposit insurance is in discussion. African monetary policy is delayed, first a fiscal union needs to be established (Europe has shown that :P). Peers for SARB ...
... another road rally through the same countries as last year promoting the LifeNets brand and spirit. We feel that we could actually bring IN sponsors from automotive and other interested supporters. One of their requirements are that daily tweets be made mentioning their brand. When I get back to the US, I'll post a story on our LifeNets website about Neil's road rally of 2012.
Again, we are grateful for how LifeNets continues with the new trustees. This ...
... nice and hospitable. South Africans themselves have a certain joie de vivre where they never let anything stop them from having a good time.
The people here are amazing; in their adaptability and their full-heartedness. They just go about their lives in such a haphazard manner, which seems only comfortable to them but is sometimes alarming and unsettling to a Westerner. The one thing I noticed immediately is how they speak. They are so adaptable in their ...